The American Bar Association’s Equal Justice Conference (EJC) 2014 will be held in Portland, Oregon.
You may register for a pre-conference session for $75, without having to register for the entire EJC conference!
Among other EJC and pre-conference programs, there is one for Access to Justice (A2J) professionals, public law librarians, and those who are interested public law library or public library legal reference services and A2J (access to justice) issues:
Self-Represented Litigation Network Educational Program, Wednesday, April 30 (8:30am-5:30pm)
1) Equal Justice Conference (ABA) 2014, Portland, Oregon
2) Access to Justice blog post about the Self-Represented Litigation Network Pre-Conference in Portland
If you want to attend the pre-conference program, please complete the registration form and send it to:
Erin Wellin, CMP
Meetings & Committee Specialist, Legal Services Division
American Bar Association; 321 N Clark St.; Chicago, IL 60654
Oregon public and public law library A2J resources can be found at the Washington County Law Library website, e.g.:
1) Oregon public libraries and A2J resources
2) Public Law Libraries: Selected Readings on Legal Reference, Self-Represented Litigants, Limited Scope Legal Assistance, Law Clinics, Civil Gideon, Lawyers in Libraries, and related Public Law Library Issues